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Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer
Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer
  • Country: Australia
  • Books: 7
  • Profession: Writer
  • Born: April 1967
  • Member Since: Aug 2018
  • Profile Views: 4,803
  • Followers: 26
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    Christian Fiction Science Fiction Fantasy Teen & Young Adult Poetry General Nonfiction
BIOGRAPHY

Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer is the pen name used by Australian poet, author and researcher, Cecelia Hopkins. Cecelia was born in 1967 in Adelaide, South Australia. She grew up in the Barossa Valley, an area of South Australia predominantly settled by German immigrants. Even before she went to school, she remembers scribbling for hours on a piece of paper in imitation of her mother’s messy cursive. Early stories were about a magic car that could fly and dive! Cecelia also loved poetry and pumped out many juvenile ditties.
Cecelia moved to NSW to study, completing a Bachelor of Education, Diploma of Information Management and Master of Arts. Cecelia’s thesis entitled: THE LITERARY MANIFESTO OF H.P. LOVECRAFT: A WRITER IN SEARCH OF A THEORY (1993-1994) was completed as a research project which replaced several subjects in her Master of Arts through the University of New South Wales.

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Silver Springtime (The Silver Springs Christian University Series Book 1)

Publish Date: Jul 28, 2017

Genre: Historical Romance, Christian Fiction

Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer's Books

Silver Springtime (The Silver Springs Christian University Series Book 1)

Silver Springtime (The Silver Springs Christian University Series Book 1)

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Publication Date: Jul 28, 2017

Historical Romance, Christian Fiction

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Love Always Hopes (The Silver Springs Christian University Series Book 3)

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Publication Date: Jul 30, 2019

Romance, Christian Fiction

Faith and Love (The Silver Springs Christian University Series Book 2)

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Publication Date: Jul 29, 2018

Historical Romance, Christian Fiction

Mystic Evermore (The Nevermore Parables Book 1)

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Publication Date: Apr 07, 2018

Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult

Saints and Sinners (The Nevermore Parables Book 2)

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Publication Date: May 11, 2018

Action & Adventure, Fantasy, Horror, Teen & Young Adult

Autumn Secrets (The Nevermore Parables Book 3)

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Publication Date: Sep 21, 2018

Supernatural Suspense, Fantasy, Horror, Teen & Young Adult

All For Love: on the charity dating show

All For Love: on the charity dating show

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Publication Date: Jan 25, 2018

Contemporary Romance, Literary Fiction

Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer Interview

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    Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer interview

    Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer absolutely loved performing in school concerts. She has published poems and articles as both ‘Hopkins’ and ‘Drewer’. She has designed her own book covers. She writes most mornings. When she is stuck in rut, she goes out. Sometimes she reads other’s books, watches TV or a movie. She uses Beta readers and she studies the market and sees... read full interview

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    • Donna 3 daysAuthor
    • Hi Cecelia, Thanks so much for voting for The Heart of Applebutter Hill in the Cover of the Month competition! I'm grateful for your help and support. :)
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    • Donna 4 daysAuthor
    • Hi Cecelia, I am a blind author with a YA fantasy called The Heart of Applebutter Hill. I'm writing to ask if you would kindly vote for my book cover in the book cover comp? I've made it into Round 3. I am using this opportunity to raise awareness about blindness, accessibility, guide dogs and other disabilities. This novel is educator-recommended for its diversity, anti-bullying and inclusion themes. I would appreciate your help! :)
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      • cecelia 3 daysAuthor
      • Dear Donna: I have given you a vote. Your cover does not look like a pre-made generic one, so that is cool. Good luck. Cecelia
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    • allauthor 4 monthsAllauthor
    • If you could tell your younger writing self anything, what would it be?
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      • cecelia 4 monthsAuthor
      • Release your work to an audience sooner! I am cautious and I waited to put my manuscripts into ebook form until ebook was established and reliable. This meant I missed the "boom" that launched some careers. I did not join Watt Pad when it was all the rage and even my sister-in-law was on there, now it seems quite slow in there. The same with a few other sites and opportunities. I wait too long. Writing needs an audience, and f some are critical - that is just the way of things.
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